Professionals working in a range of roles can learn more about supporting people with autism on training courses being run by Autism Berkshire for the first time in Slough. The Introduction to Autism course provides an understanding of what autism … Continue reading Training courses offer Berkshire professionals an insight into Autism
Summer is just around the corner and The Rivertime Boat Trust are back on the water to celebrate their tenth anniversary of enabling disabled children and adults to enjoy trips on the river at this magical time of year. Since … Continue reading A Decade Making Waves @ The Rivertime Boat Trust
Why not brighten up a dark November evening by coming along to a ball which supports many local Berkshire charities? Included: Glass of bubbly, three course meal, entertainment from the Ding Dong Daddios The Mayor of Reading will open the … Continue reading Charity fundraising ball – Friday 13th November, Hilton Hotel Reading
48 hours to go, I need 3 more paddlers, good news I have a kind benefactor who has paid £150 to cover entry fees… so just need 3 efficient paddlers to make themselves known ASAP… Also, figured why not run … Continue reading Do you feel lucky? Make this kids day…
Roll up, roll up, roll up… Thursday 25th June at Windsor Racecourse as part of Thames Valley EXPO, Business in Berkshire is hosting a TOMBOLA where we’ll have 200 tickets costing just £5 each… That will give us… yes you’ve guessed it…. £1,000 for the kids in Nepal… mighty generous of you 😉 Adding to our Dragon Boat Challenge total (I’m still looking for more paddlers if you know of any brave dragon slayers!) and go to The Juniper Fund who manage the process. All we need now are a bunch of prizes… Reid Office Supplies are providing a … Continue reading Windsor EXPO Tombola for Kids in Nepal
Today I launched our appeal for half a dozen more people to join our Dragon Boat Challenge crew on Dorney Lake Sunday 28th June 2015 at the Thames Valley EXPO’s exhibitors lunch at The MacDonald Hotel, Windsor. We’re going to raise money for The Juniper Fund and here’s why… I was a little irritated about having said a swear word a few times in my presentation but after listening to the German’s above I forgave myself! Thanks to Mary Flavelle for the great camera work… would have been nice to capture the standing ovation at the end mind … Continue reading Ever wondered what it’s like to feel an earthquake and get hit by an avalanche on Everest?
Every year, Spencer Denney Centre feed around 100 older people over 3 days around Christmas time. Catherine, the centre manager, likes to make it special with an individual gift for each attendee. The table is decked out with all things … Continue reading Christmas Lunch for Windsor’s Older People